Roofing spot checks can be performed by you, the homeowner, twice per year â once in spring after the snow disappears, and once in fall before it reappears.
As summer temperatures soar, the temperatures on your roof soar even higher. Roof temperatures are typically 8ËC to 40ËC higher than temperatures on the ground.
All of Alberta is a thunderstorm and tornado zone. With these storms come high winds, which can cause harm to your roof. However, big storms only account for a portion of our province’s wind damage roofing claims. Any high wind can create problems for your home.
When purchasing a new home, the roof is the most important and potentially the costliest item to replace. A good roof will protect your home for 20 years or more.
Hiring the right contractor is crucial for your successful roof repair or replacement.